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Trainings provided by PHENOMIN focus on usage of technologies and transfer of the best methods covering our know-how in rat and mouse model creation, disease investigationzootechny and good practices in animal research. The courses are typically CPD courses and workshop open to the research community. Stay informed and subscribe to our newsletter.

Moreover, we propose on-site training and hands-on training, and some webinars through our partnerships. As part of the training course, upon request, the PHENOMIN infrastructure can offer a tour of the animal facility. Otherwise our scientists can come to your site to train your teams, offering theoretical courses or practical demonstrations, as close as possible to your needs. 

The current trainings cover the following topics

PHENOMIN organizes a biannual special event, a 4 days European School dedicated to the best practices in the use of the mouse model for biomedical and basic research. The school provides a wealth of information on good practices in the use of mouse model (experimental design, ethics, regulations, analysis, data and resources ...) to support attendees in their research. This will be clearly adapted for the Innovative Training Network, and specifically the European Training Networks. See the program of the next 2019 edition: https://advanced-school.phenomin.eu/

Please do not hesitate to share your future specific needs to help us to design as best our offer. Contact us: contact@phenomin.fr

 

TRAINING COURSE

3rd Imaging PATHBIO master class

September 27 - October 5, 2021, Online

Objectives:

  • The master class aims to provide graduate, master, PhD and postdoc students with basic and expert knowledge to phenotype morphologically mouse models of human diseases.
  • It's a unique chance to understand the basic principles of several key methods from structural to functional imaging and to get an overview of the best practices including the 3’R rules to design scientific experiments.

Informations:

More information at https://imaging-pathbio.sciencesconf.org/

TRAINING COURSE

Introduction to mouse embryology: theorical and practical aspects (conducted in French)

November 16 - 17, 2021, Online

Objectives:

  • Acquire a general knowledge of the major stages of the mouse embryonic development
  • Be able to design a first-line phenotyping experiment on mouse embryos
  • Be able to determine a window of lethality in utero
  • Improving knowledge of imaging techniques adapted to mouse embryos

Program: 

Lectures - theoretical aspects (3 hrs)

  • Introduction to the embryonic development of mice: segmentation, gastrulation, the embryonic and foetal periods
  • Development of embryonic lineages

Workshops - practical aspects (3 hrs)

  • Determining the window of lethality of mutant mice in utero
  • Practical aspects of the collection and fixation of mouse embryos and placentas
  • Imaging techniques (HREM, MicroCT, OPT) of embryos

Organisation:

  • Online session - 2 consecutive mornings between Nov. 16th to Nov 17th (whatever the sanitary conditions)
  • The session is conducted in French
  • Registration: online

CNRS formation entreprises

PHENOMIN's contact: bedu@igbmc.fr and olivia@igbmc.fr (scientific director of the course)

More information at https://cnrsformation.cnrs.fr/introduction-embryologie-souris?mc=Embryologie%20De

TRAINING COURSE

Genotyping: a strategic design rather than a modus operandi (conducted in French)

November 22 - 23, 2021, Strasbourg, France

Genotyping is often considered as a straightforward and easy step; in reality providing robust, accurate, and fast results is frequently more challenging that it seems.

Objectives: 

  • To be able to define a genotyping strategy and understand its interest in the analysis of your model (rodent, zebrafish)
  • Be able to design a genotyping strategy taking into account genetic modification
  • Know how to choose an analysis method according to the allele to be identified
  • Be able to optimise the design of the strategy in terms of primer selection criteria, amplicon size and structure and the development of experimental conditions
  • Be aware of the impact of genotyping error

More information at https://cnrsformation.cnrs.fr/genotypage-design

SPECIAL EVENT

4th edition of the "Translational Neuroscience Day" 2021

December 10, 2021, Paris, France

Organized by NeurATRIS and CELPHEDIA

This new free edition aims at gathering experts in neurodegenerative diseases with a focus on animal models in Neuroscience Translational Research. Besides, you will be able to interact with all key actors in the field: researchers, clinicians, TTO, biotech, and pharmaceutical companies. This event will also highlight young researcher skills. PHENOMIN will be present to this event.

You could attend in-person as well as online. So, take the opportunity to participate to 3 events in one:

  •  Hear KOLs from Academia and Industry in plenary and round table sessions and young researchers introducing their work in posters and “my thesis in 180 sec”.
  •  Initiate R&D collaborative projects during digital B2B meetings
  •  Increase your network with the virtual poster session

Online registration is free and mandatory before November 30

SAVE THE DATE !

More information at http://neuratris.com/index.php/fr/calendrier-header/event/163-translational-neuroscience-day-2021

TRAINING COURSE

WEBINAR Series: Transgenic Mouse and Rat Model Creation

December 12 - January 5, 2021, Online

CRISPR-Cas9 is a rapid and cost effective technology to generate mouse and rat mutant models, however, its impact on the genome still requires careful consideration. For further insight we are pleased to present the following Charles River-hosted and Labroots-hosted webinars presented by G. Pavlovic and M-C Birling from PHENOMIN-ICS

PHENOMIN-ICS works with you from concept to model creation using homologus recombination, latest CRISPR/Cas9 and RNAi technology, and either other trangenic technics to deliver the most relevant model for your application. The effective research with rodent models depends on finding the best appropriated model for your project. How can we help you? Request a quote or email us.

More information at http://www.phenomin.fr/en-us/contact/

TRAINING COURSE

WEBINAR Series: Mouse Study Reproducibility

December 12, 2021, Online

The complexity of biological systems we study are a key factor impacting research reproducibility. For studies employing transgenic rodent lines, a lack of understanding of genetic backgrounds, as well as genetic drift, genetic contamination, and genotyping inconsistencies, all contribute to the issue of reproducibility in mouse studies. For further insight we are pleased to present the following Charles River-hosted webinar presented by S. Jacquot  from PHENOMIN-ICS and J. Cozzi from Charles River

PHENOMIN-ICS covers the following topics in this presentation

  1. Key factors impacting genetic background and characterization
  2. Common inconsistencies/errors in genotyping and employing the latest tools/technology
  3. Best practices for establishing rapid and reliable testing protocols

This webinar highlights how genotyping is a crucial step in the successful generation of your models. PHENOMIN-ICS offers customized genotyping services for knock-out, knock-in, transgenic or any other genetically modified murine model. Different sample types can be processed, including tail biopsies, ear punches, embryonic yolk sac, as well as non-invasive biopsies.

How can we help you? Request a quote or email us.

More information at http://www.phenomin.fr/en-us/contact/

TRAINING COURSE

To prevent contamination in cell culture (conducted in French)

March 8, 2022, Strasbourg, France

Objectives:

  • Become aware of the importance of traceability and quality control in cell culture
  • Understanding the issue of cell culture contamination
  • Become aware of the diversity of mycoplasma detection methods and be able to choose the techniques adapted to each case
  • Know how to prevent contamination and what attitudes to adopt in the event of proven contamination

Organisation:

  • The course is conducted in French
  • Acces to program and registration 
  • The training will be held online, for 2 consecutive mornings on March 7th and March 8th, if sanitary conditions require it.

CNRS formation entreprises

PHENOMIN's contact: bedu@igbmc.fr and wattenho@igbmc.fr (scientific director of the course)

More information at https://cnrsformation.cnrs.fr/contaminations-dans-cultures-cellulaires?mc=Contamination

TRAINING COURSE

In vivo CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing

October 6 - 7, 2022, Strasbourg, France

More information at https://cnrsformation.cnrs.fr/in-vivo-crispr-cas9-genome-editing?mc=CRISPR

Previous trainings

The Neurex NeuroForum 2021_Interactions with industry
October 14, 2021 - Online

Mouse Genetics and Genomic Medicine Conference
September 21 - 23, 2021 - Online

L'infrastructure PHENOMIN célèbre ses 10 ans !
July 6, 2021 - Online

Online introduction to Mouse embryology (conducted in French)- Postponed in June
March 30 - 31, 2021 - online

Health and safety of your model colonies: webinar event !
March 29, 2021 - Online and On-Demand

Cell culture contamination (conducted in French)-Postponed in June
March 16, 2021 - Strasbourg, France

Flow cytometry webinar
November 2 - January 1, 2020 - on line

2nd PATHBIO MOUSE IMAGING MASTER CLASS
September 21 - 29, 2020 - Online

Hacking Health Camp 2020
May 29 - 31, 2020 - Strasbourg, France

Digital PCR (ddPCR) training session
March 24 - 25, 2020 - Strasbourg, France